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TOPIC: Lasik/Lasek Surgery Complications

Thousands of patients suffer surgery failure. 06 Feb 2013 21:53 #171

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Hi Nick

Thank you for your lovely kind posting. So sorry to hear that you have also suffered retinal tears 3 times how did you cope? you must have been petrified you poor thing, and if you are like me you worry every single day if it is going to happen again!!!! I check my eyes constantly throughout the day for any signs, like I said I now have the floaters and flashes in my right eye and know that it is the start of it!!! I just really hope and pray that it does not go the same way as the surgeons have predicted!!!

How can that eye surgeon even consider offering to give you laser eye surgery knowing what you have been through? that is totally unbelivable he should be struck off the nasty unprofessional money grabbing pig!!! Maybe if he had to have injections pushed into his eye to numb it up and lay there blind and totally scared hearing everything that is going on around you, then having to lay flat down on his front for hours and suffer all the pain that goes with it looking like you have done ten rounds with Tyson and waiting for his sight to return then he might change his mind, very doubtful as like you said its all about the money.

Take care Nick speak soon Pat

Thousands of patients suffer surgery failure. 06 Feb 2013 20:33 #172

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Hi NannyPat

Having undergone a macular peel (not due to laser treatment), I read your story and literally cringed. It makes me feel sick in the stomach reading stories such as yours.

I know what it is like to undergo major invasive eye surgery due to retinal tears, I've had three ops. To go through that due to a cosmetic procedure, honestly I don't know what to say, it sickens me, it really does, shudder to think what you have been through.

(Despite three ops and extremely poor vision in my right eye, lets not let those minor details stop Mr Faqir Qazi trying to convince me to also have eye laser surgery on the affected eye, with the conviction he could fix that also, hey come on now, profit is profit).

No doubt a fair few have had their stories suppressed, yet there will be many more to come, this is just the beginning of an avalanche. I know it's a cliché NannyPat, but I feel for you having been there, its just one horrendous story after another, I really don't know what to say, I am speechless. Hang on in there, for possible legal advice, Sasha is the one to touch base with.

Nick

My story 06 Feb 2013 14:10 #173

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Hi

I had both my eyes lasered with OE in September 2008 I had the best treatment they could offer Lasik wavefront with Intralase and paid top price!!!
After the op I was left with undercorrection in both eyes but more in the left, I was told I needed a enhancement to correct it, I had the enhancement 11 months later in August 09 BIG BIG MISTAKE I had to have a Lasek op which was performed by Joanna MCGraw I could feel her rubbing away at my eyes and felt the pressure of the machine as it did its lasering the after pain was unbearable once the numbing had worn off, I tried phoning the emergency number but no reply so I just put up with it as best I could, the bandage lens were taken out a couple days after but I was still in pain went for another check up and it was discovered that I had a tear on my cornea which was causing all the pain I had a Bandage lens fitted again to allow the healing to take place.

I had loads of floaters constantly in my left eye which I was told was 'normal' and then started getting flashes in there as well, had a massive amount of floaters and bubbles one morning in December 09 went to hospital urgently and was told that the Vitrious Gel was pulling on my Retina nothing was done and I went home.

Seen by Joanna MCGraw in February 2010 and she could see and noted that I had a retinal tear but FAILED TO TELL ME!!!! So nothing was done about it I was seen again in August 10 as I was fed up with all the floaters obstructing my vision it was then discovered by the Optician that I had the tear I had to get to the hospital for treatment urgently they lasered it but I found it so painful they had to stop I was crying and upset, went back to the hospital 4 days later and had to have a Cyropexy freezing treatment they numb your eye first with a injection straight into your eye sooo painful, still had loads of floaters affecting my vision.

Since then I have had surgery for a Vitrectomy and membrain peel which caused a Detatched Retinia the emergency surgery I had for that was really terrifying again I had to have a massive needle put in my eye to numb it!!! and that all caused a Cataract to grow rapidly which I have had done in November 12 but that has not work and I now need glasses or more laser surgery called YAG.

Been trying to get OE to pay for my glasses and want compensation for all I have been through the pain trauma stress depression and being left with dry tender eyes starbursts halos whizzy things all going on in my left eye etc etc and my right eye is now at risk of it all happening to it so will be going through it all again!!!! All OE will offer me is a £500 gift voucher and I have to sign a gagging letter say no more!!!!

I will not give up I have been through to much to roll over now and accept a insulting 'gesture of goodwill' and to keep quite I will continue to keep you all updated.

Hello 06 Feb 2013 09:51 #174

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Hi Have only just found and joined this site.

I am so pleased to discover that I am not alone in my fight against OE. I have had and still have so many problems with my eyes because of these people. I will be posting my story on here very soon just need to speak to Sasha first.

Please watch this space!!!
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Thousands of patients suffer surgery failure. 28 Jan 2013 11:58 #175

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OE's website boasts that surgeon Waseem Aziz has performed over 75000 laser eye surgery procedures.
I was unfortunate enough to be one of his patients.
He readily admitted to me that he had over corrected one eye and under corrected the other.
He offered 'enhancement' surgery.
When asked how many patients did he perform this attempted corrective surgery on he once again freely admitted 5% Of his patients (3750 to date then). This number obviously excludes those like me who would not let any employee of OE anywhere near my eyes again.
This man alone therefore is personally responsible for thousands of failed procedures. The number of failures throughout the OE Company is staggering.
OE's manipulated statistics are nothing less than criminal in my view.
Perhaps we should push for a revelation of the negative statistics which surely is not such an unreasonable request from such a 'caring' and 'responsible' Company trading in people's health?

OERML & My Beautiful Eyes Foundation rely on your support to expose the horrors of this unregulated industry.

Your help is very much appreciated!

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